Valley Ford Hotel

The Historic Valley Ford Hotel built in 1864 and updated with modern amenities and luxury bedding at competitive rates.

Location

14415 California 1
Valley Ford CA, 94972

Contact

Local: 707-876-1983

Email: [email protected]

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  • Reviews
  • The Historic Valley Ford Hotel built in 1864 and updated with modern amenities and luxury bedding at competitive rates. Built by the Rein family in 1864 to provide lodging for coastal travelers, the Valley Ford Hotel has seen stagecoaches, the North Pacific Coast Railroad and now Coast Highway One roll across it's doorstep. Situated one hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge, the inn is a convenient hub for coastal exploration. Surrounded by Tomales Bay, Sonoma Coast Wine Country, Bodega Bay, Point Reyes, Dillon Beach, the Russian River and Redwood Forests, a variety of day trips lie before you. Alternatively one could simply take in a book from one of the rocking chairs on the front porch and call it a day. Hotel rooms feature high thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, fluffy pillows, cozy bathrobes and oversized bath towels to make you feel right at home. Our on-site restaurant and bar, Rocker Oysterfeller's Kitchen + Saloon serves up farm to table soul food and hand crafted cocktails Thursday through Sunday.
    • Lodging Amenities:
      • Accessible
      • Internet Access / Wifi
      • Meeting Space
      • Number of rooms or units: 7
      • Restaurant On-site
    • Price Range:
      • $$ - $105-150
      • $$$ - $151 - 200
    • Oster Palooza at the Valley Ford

      This establishment and the management and the staff are outstanding.They know how to serve and make you feel like family. The hotel is very nice and comfortable and the restaurant and bar are superb...

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    • Nice restaurant, but...

      The rooms here are expensive and very spartan. The area around Valley Ford and Bodega Bay all have very expensive rooms and literally nothing to offer in terms of justifying these rates. Avoid this...

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    • delightfully off the beaten track (or is it path?)

      A great escape from the hustle (no matter what sort of hustle, even the hustle of allegedly relaxing wine country). Very comfortable room, all the basic needs handled with finesse. Pleasing old...

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